Sound card problems

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  1. AJP

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    I am using my computer as HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer) connected to my TV and my reciever. I run Microsoft Windows XP Pro SP2 with all the most recent updates. The problems comes with digital out on my Chaintech AV-710 sound card. I have the card installed in my PC correctly, and I have tried both PCI slots. IT is fully seated and secured.
    I installed driver 1.43d and did a reboot.
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    I then set it up to enable digital out to my reciever.
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    I have tried both optical ports on my reciever, and 3 differant optical cables. I was able to confirm both ports on the reciever and all 3 cables work with a differant component (DVD player).

    Now when ever I try to play anything I get no sound at all. I have tried with Cyberlink PowerDVD playing a DVD and I have set it to use spdif
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    I have also tried using ac3filter and setting it to spdif
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    And I can confirm the file I am playing is using ac3filter for sound
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    Im not sure if I am missing a step or have a setting wrong, please let me know. Also when I connect regular computer speakers to the line out I just get a high pitched solid tone. I am thinking I just have a bad card that I need to RMA but want to make sure prior to doing that.
     

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